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How to Measure Employee Engagement Properly

We’ve explored the reasons why having highly engaged employees matters to the success of your team. We’ve discussed tips and tricks leaders can use ...
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HR's Role in Providing a Safe Workplace

A year after the pandemic began, vaccination efforts are underway, and employers in industries that have been fully remote for months are considering what working in a post-COVID landscape looks like. At ClearCompany, we surveyed employees and, based on their feedback, made office space available to those who wanted it starting in October. As some HR professionals and leaders begin to discuss how to reopen their offices safely, it is important to understand the role HR plays in creating a safe and healthy workplace. Below we discuss five things that HR leaders can do to protect their employees when the time comes to return to the office.
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An Inside Look at Employee Goal Setting and Alignment

This article on employee goal setting and alignment was originally published in February of 2014. All relevant copy and statistics have been updated as of February 2021. As pioneers of the Talent Management Platform, our team at ClearCompany has benefited greatly from using our own software to align our individual goals to the goals of the company as a whole. We make strides to stay in step with the company vision and ensure that our day-to-day work contributes to the overall strategy. Still, alignment means little without well-defined and well-understood goals.
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5 Things HR Leaders Should Watch for in 2021

As organizations reflect on the past year and HR departments plan for the future, it is crucial to identify the trends in HR that professionals can expect to see over the course of the year. Below we highlight five key trends in HR and discuss ways leaders can adopt these trends into their current processes.
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